Google+ Google+ Previous articleDonegal Down Syndrome call on Government to reimburse people who are getting back medical cardsNext articleTraffic disruption in Letterkenny following two vehicle collision News Highland Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Twitter Facebook Pinterest Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp News Western Trust confirms it’s investigating patient file data breach WhatsApp Twitter Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Facebook By News Highland – June 18, 2014 The Western Trust says it is investigating a data breach after a patient who had requested his medical records was given a file containing another person’s records.Jonathon had attended Altnagelvin Hospital with a heart condition and as he wasn’t happy with his diagnosis he requested his medical records.He told the Shaun Doherty Show today of his shock that his file contained 70 pages of another person’s medical records:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/alta530.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Responding the Western Health Trust said it is investigating the matter which it is taking very seriously.In a statement it said that there are many thousands of medical records used everyday and the Trust experiences very small numbers of data breaches annually.The trust says it is working to address the error with those involved and the service area concerned. Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire
South Korea’s container shipping major Hyundai Merchant Marine and Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering have joined forces on the research, development and innovation in the field of smart ship technologies.Under a Memorandum of Understanding, the parties would conduct research on real-time service system based on IoT (Internet of Things), design on-shore platforms for optimised fleet operation, develop automated warehousing systems for ship materials and development economic navigation solutions.HMM said it plans to promote the innovation of smart ship technology “under way of directly reflecting and testing operational data to its own container vessels.”The company added that certain smart ship solutions related to optimised ship operation have already been completed and will be applied to seven out of twelve 23,000 TEU mega containerships ordered from DSME in 2018. The ships are scheduled to be sequentially delivered from April 2020.“Joining forces between HMM and DSME will create a huge synergy,” an HMM official said, adding that the company “will preemptively respond to both environmental regulations and digitisation through operating 23,000 TEU ships outfitted with smart ship technology.”
Donegal’s leading Home Care company has announced that it is to employ 70 care staff around the county. Recruiters for Bluebird Care are set to be travelling around the county interviewing and meeting new staff under this major expansion for 2019.Bluebird Care is going from strength to strength after being set up in 2009 by local businessman and general nurse Marty Kelly. As part of their growth, they are looking for new staff of all levels of experience and qualification.Marty explained ‘Just recently we have introduced a brand-new system for paying staff depending on their level of experience and Fetac qualification. We now have 3 levels of carer grade, from a person that is looking to join the care profession with no training and no qualification to the top-level carer with a Fetac Level 5 (8 Modules) and 2 years’ experience. Carers with Bluebird Care now have a career with opportunity to progress up the levels. At the same time if a new staff member has the training and experience, they can join us at the top level’.Bluebird Care are a well-established Home Care company based in Letterkenny, while they care for people, from infants to older people, throughout the entire county. There are many benefits to working for Bluebird Care. Marty said: ‘Our current staff are delighted with the new carer grades, it’s working very well, new staff can also expect other benefits such as guaranteed hours, paid mileage, uniforms supplied, training, Bluebird Care loyalty scheme (PERKS Card) giving discounts in shops etc. ‘On the clinical side we are a nurse led business headed by myself and our CNM2 Annette Duddy. We offer 24-hour support so our staff and clients have the peace of mind that we are always contactable in the event of an emergency.’Bluebird Care are holding interviews in various locations across the county. Anyone interested in an interview or a chat about joining the team, please contact their office on 074 91 29562 to book a spot.Check out the Bluebird Care interview locations, times and dates in the table below:Major recruitment drive announced by Bluebird Care was last modified: March 27th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Bluebird CareHealthcarejobsrecruitment
She has been the bridesmaid for some time now, but not anymore.In a display which went beyond her expectations, qualifier Arundhati Pantwane came up with a gritty show to enter the final of the Senior National Badminton Championships here on Sunday.Down a match point against Tata International Open winner PC Thulasi, the tall 22- year-old showed resilience to put it across her much fancied opponent as she scripted a 21-14, 19-21, 24-22 victory. Arundhati who hails from Nagpur but trains at the Gopi Chand Academy in Hyderabad has had a brilliant run in these championships. In fact, she has not lost a single match in the open events and the team championships. This run also includes her win over top seed Trupti Murgunde.In the other semi-final, defending champion Aditi Mutatkar overcame Neha Pandit 21-15, 18-21, 21-13. The men’s singles final will be played between Commonwealth Games bronze medallist Periapalli Kashyap and veteran Arvind Bhatt. Kashyap showed his fighting quality as he made light of the loss in the opening game to the up and coming Andhra Pradesh youngster Sai Praneeth. In fact, it was the experience of Kashyap which made all the difference as he won 18-21, 21-14, 21-19.Arundhati’s decision to arrive here on December 31 in a bid to acclimatise with the cold conditions seemed to have worked in her favour as she showed that her will to win was strong as she saved a couple of match points in the second game. Earlier, Arundhati caused the upset of the tournament when she beat top seed Trupti Murgunde in the quarter- finals.advertisement”It is a great feeling right now. I had come here to give a good account of myself. Now I find myself on the threshold of winning my maiden National title. The feeling is yet to sink in,” she said. She added that there was still some work to be completed.” I have got one more match to win.So there is no time for celebration. I will have to be at my best against Aditi,” she said. In the other semi-final, defending champion Aditi Mutatkar had to fight hard before putting it across Neha Pandit.In the men’s semi-final Periapalli Kashyap had to dig deep before prevailing over practice partner Sai Praneeth. Praneeth scored repeatedly with his smashes and deceitful dribbles at the net. Once he won the opener 21- 18, he raised visions of a great upset.But Kashyap worked his way out of trouble with some flat flicks and hard smashes. He won the second and third games to enter his maiden National final. In the other semi- final, Arvind Bhatt made it to his fifth National final quelling the it to women’s challenge of a gritty Saurabh Verma.Results: Men’s ( semi- finals): 8- Arvind Bhatt bt 5- Saurabh Varma 21- 15, 13- 21, 21- 9; 13- P Kashyap bt 16- P Sai Praneeth 18- 21, 21- 14, 21- 19; ( quarter- finals): Varma bt 1- Chetan Anand 16- 21, 21- 7, 22- 20; Bhat bt Pratul Joshi 21- 18, 21- 7; Kashyap bt 7- Ajay Jayaram 21- 10, 21- 14; Praneeth bt 15- Guru Sai Dutt 21- 14, 21- 19.Women’s singles ( semifinals): Arundhati Pantawane bt 1- Trupti Murgunde 21- 14, 19- 21, 24- 22; 7- Aditi Mutatkar bt 3- Neha Pandit 21- 15, 18- 21, 21- 13; ( quarterfinals): Arundhati bt 6- PV Sindhu 9- 21, 24- 22, 21- 18; Thulasi bt 5- Anita Ohlan 21- 19, 21- 16; Neha bt Gauri Ghate 21- 12, 21- 18; Aditi bt 2- Sayali Gokhale 21- 15, 21- 17.
File photo of CWG OC chief Suresh Kalmadi.With the sports ministry armed with Attorney General Ghoolam Vahanvaty’s opinion, Commonwealth Games Organising Committee chairman Suresh Kalmadi may be sacked soon.Vahanvaty has said that Suresh Kalmadi can be removed as the chairman of the Organising Committee after Law minister Veerappa Moily asked for his opinion.The AG has also said that now that the CWG is over, the OC has no right to continue in the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium premises.The AG has opined that OC members should be barred from entering the premises and the office should be sealed immediately.When Headlines Today spoke to AG, he confirmed that he has recommended Suresh Kalmadi’s sacking in his opinion to the law ministry.Law ministry’s note said that Kalmadi was appointed chairman before the Society was formed on January 29, 2005.As such, Society registration was not binding and pre-emptive action can be taken. The law ministry, armed with this opinion, has written to the ministry of sports to go ahead with Kalmadi’s sacking.The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has recommended that Kalmadi should be removed from the OC as he is impeding the investigation.
Algeria coach Vahid Halilhodzic refused to attend a post-match news conference, contravening tournament regulations Wiping tears from his eyes, Algerian coach Vahid Halilhodzic embraced each of his exhausted players as they walked off the pitch after pushing Germany to the very end of extra time.Statistical Highlights | Match Photos The Algerians lost 2-1 after extra time Monday after making the three-time World Cup champions struggle for much of the match.Just reaching the second round had earned Halilhodzic and his squad a place in Algerian football history.But any pride in reaching the World Cup knockout stage for the first time was soon overshadowed by questions over Halilhodzic’s future.He refused to attend a post-match news conference, contravening tournament regulations.Asked why, Algerian Football Association official Karder Berdja declined to comment.
About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric: I’ve always had my doubtersby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveReal Madrid midfielder Luka Modric admits he’s always had to battle against doubters.Modric won the Ballon d’Or and FIFA The Best awards this year.But the Croatian admitted that the path to the top hasn’t been easy, and that he’s had to overcome many obstacles.”I’ve been surrounded by doubts since my childhood,” he told GQ.”Because of my physique, because of my height…”Some thought those elements were important to succeed in life and in football, but I never doubted myself.”All of the difficulties that happened in his childhood helped him to become stronger.”Thanks to that trust and that faith in myself, I came to the best club in the world,” he added.”At the beginning many people didn’t believe in me either, it’s part of my life, always surrounded by doubts, always hearing that no I won’t reach the top.”All the recognition, such as the FIFA World Player or the Ballon d’Or, are worth much more when you are aware that nobody has given you anything.”Nothing has been given to me by anyone, I’ve had to work for it.”
If you have an infant, you’re probably all too familiar with the origin of this treatment.Yep, it’s baby poop.Researchers at Wake Forest School of Medicine have developed what they call a ‘probiotic cocktail’ from gut bacteria strains found in infant feces. Researchers explored it since babies are generally healthy, and dirty diapers are plentiful.The team behind the study collected samples from the diapers of 34 infants.After the probiotics were extracted, they were given to mice. Scientists found that these rodents produced a higher number of short chain fatty acids – and that’s what keeps a stomach healthy.The probiotic market has exploded in recent years, as studies have shown that certain diseases can be treated or prevented if gut health is improved.The researchers at Wake Forest School of Medicine say their findings could be useful in investigating the influence of probiotics on the human microbiome, metabolism, and associated diseases.